Black and White Newcastle (Part 32) – PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Here is a new instalment of my Black and White Newcastle series. I love Newcastle and I love black and white photography. So the two have to be combined 🙂

Black and White Newcastle (Part 32) – PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Black and White Newcastle (Part 32) – PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Black and White Newcastle (Part 32) – PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Black and White Newcastle (Part 32) – PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Black and White Newcastle (Part 32) – PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Black and White Newcastle (Part 32) – PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

 

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Street Art – STREET PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Street art – Newcastle upon Tyne

I’ve driven past the graffiti on Warwick Street millions of times, but have never had a chance to take a close look. Those who know me will know my love of good street art and I couldn’t resist getting a few snaps while I was there.

Newcastle upon Tyne – STREET PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Newcastle upon Tyne – STREET PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Winter in Newcastle, there’s not many gigs on at this time of year. So to relieve the boredom I headed out for a walk and took my camera

Black and White Newcastle (Part 30) – PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURE

Black and White Newcastle photography (Part 30)

Back after a long break. Here is a new instalment of my Black and White Newcastle series. I love Newcastle and I love black and white photography. Therefore the two just have to be combined 🙂

I thought I’d bring back the series with a special piece. I’ve walked past this monument for years without really paying much attention. Until I came up close with my camera. I didn’t appreciate just how detailed and fascinating this sculpture really is. There is so much going on, so many stories and ultimately a sense of hope and pride. This coupled with St Thomas Church itself, a stunning piece of architecture, made me feel humble for living in such a historic city.

Newcastle upon Tyne, St Thomas Church – Northumberland Fusiliers Memorial – PHOTO GALLERY